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    5 km N of Saskatoon on Hwy 11, follow the Buffalo signs or take Warman Rd (Wanuskewin Rd) N of Saskatoon and follow the Buffalo signs.
    Latitude: 52.24049° N,
    Longitude: -106.6171° W
    Wanuskewin Heritage Park is a National Historic Site, and Proposed UNESCO World Heritage Site. This land has been a gathering place for all Nations of the Northern Plains to meet for trade, for hunting and for ceremony. This tradition continues today as Wanuskewin has been a global gathering place for the past thirty years, welcoming guests from all corners of the world.

    Renovations are now complete with an expansion of the Interpretive Centre, gallery spaces, and meeting rooms. The park now offers a refreshed restaurant, award-winning playground, hiking trails and robust interpretive programming, including guided hikes and traditional dance performances.

    Situated on Saskatoon's northern edge, Wanuskewin Heritage Park interprets over 6,000 years of Northern Plains Indigenous culture. It is the longest running archeological dig site in Canada. Features include 19 pre-contact sites, a medicine wheel, tipi rings and buffalo jumps, located along the walking trails. 

    The site is now home to a herd of Plains Bison, descendants from the last 1,000 bison that remained on the Great Plains by the year 1870. Follow the trail from the paddocks and take in these majestic animals from the raised viewing platform.

    The gift shop is the place to shop for authentic First Nations traditional handmade artworks. Browse the selection of handmade items such as jewellery and baskets, beautifully hand-beaded moccasins, mukluks, and incredible stone carvings, plus a selection of foods, fine art and clothing. 

    Wanuskewin's​ restaurant is the perfect place to experience a unique sense of culture. Enjoy amazing First Nation’s cuisine, with a modern flair, made from the freshest local ingredients. The menu includes bison, hearty soups and stews, delicious teas and more. Experience first hand why the restaurant was named one of the top ten Indigenous restaurants in Canada by Food Network Canada.

    Wanuskewin Heritage Park offers an unforgettable full or half-day experience for your family. This sacred site has been awarded the top “Indigenous Tourism Destination” by the Tourism Industry Association of Canada (2016 and 2019), and has also won numerous provincial tourism awards including “2019 Business of the Year” from Tourism Saskatchewan.
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    Labour Day weekend to May long ​weekend: Tue to Sun 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., closed Mon. Statutory holidays 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Summer hours: Mon to Fri 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sat and Sun 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Statutory holidays 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

    Rates And Discounts

    ​$14 adults 18 - 64 years, $10​ seniors 65+, $10 students (valid student ID), $8 children 6 - 17 years, children 5 years and under free, $35/family (parents and dependents).​​

    • Family rates
    • Group rates

    Awards and Designations

    • 2017 Saskatchewan Tourism Awards of Excellence - Finalist
    • 2018 Saskatchewan Tourism Awards of Excellence - Winner
    • 2019 Saskatchewan Tourism Awards of Excellence - Winner

    Certifications and Affiliations

    • Provincial Heritage Property designation

    Access

    • Urban / Suburban

    Services

    • Bus parking
    • Bus tours accepted
    • Estimated viewing time (hours): 2
    • Guided tour
    • Self-guided tour
    • Tourist information available
    • Tours upon request

    Amenities

    • Conference facilities
    • Free parking
    • Gift shop
    • Groomed trail
    • Interpretive signage
    • Meeting rooms
    • Modern washroom
    • Nature trails
    • Picnic area
    • Playground
    • Trail brochure / Map
    • Trail markers

    Activities

    • Birding / Wildlife viewing
    • Children's activities
    • Geocaching
    • Hiking
    • Interactive workshop
    • Snowshoeing

    Food and Beverage

    • Banquet facilities
    • Casual dining
    • Catering service
    • Gluten-free menu
    • International cuisine
    • Local foods
    • Seating capacity: 20

    Accessibility

    • Family friendly
    • LGBTQ-friendly
    • Wheelchair access

    Maps & Docs

    Contact Info

    Phone(s): 306-931-6767 | 1-877-547-6546 |
    info@wanuskewin.com

    Labour Day weekend to May long ​weekend: Tue to Sun 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., closed Mon. Statutory holidays 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Summer hours: Mon to Fri 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sat and Sun 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Statutory holidays 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

    5 km N of Saskatoon on Hwy 11, follow the Buffalo signs or take Warman Rd (Wanuskewin Rd) N of Saskatoon and follow the Buffalo signs.

    Latitude: 52.24049° N, Longitude: -106.6171° W

    Saskatoon - Saskatoon

    Wanuskewin Heritage Park is a National Historic Site, and Proposed UNESCO World Heritage Site. This land has been a gathering place for all Nations of the Northern Plains to meet for trade, for hunting and for ceremony. This tradition continues today as Wanuskewin has been a global gathering place for the past thirty years, welcoming guests from all corners of the world.

    Renovations are now complete with an expansion of the Interpretive Centre, gallery spaces, and meeting rooms. The park now offers a refreshed restaurant, award-winning playground, hiking trails and robust interpretive programming, including guided hikes and traditional dance performances.

    Situated on Saskatoon's northern edge, Wanuskewin Heritage Park interprets over 6,000 years of Northern Plains Indigenous culture. It is the longest running archeological dig site in Canada. Features include 19 pre-contact sites, a medicine wheel, tipi rings and buffalo jumps, located along the walking trails. 

    The site is now home to a herd of Plains Bison, descendants from the last 1,000 bison that remained on the Great Plains by the year 1870. Follow the trail from the paddocks and take in these majestic animals from the raised viewing platform.

    The gift shop is the place to shop for authentic First Nations traditional handmade artworks. Browse the selection of handmade items such as jewellery and baskets, beautifully hand-beaded moccasins, mukluks, and incredible stone carvings, plus a selection of foods, fine art and clothing. 

    Wanuskewin's​ restaurant is the perfect place to experience a unique sense of culture. Enjoy amazing First Nation’s cuisine, with a modern flair, made from the freshest local ingredients. The menu includes bison, hearty soups and stews, delicious teas and more. Experience first hand why the restaurant was named one of the top ten Indigenous restaurants in Canada by Food Network Canada.

    Wanuskewin Heritage Park offers an unforgettable full or half-day experience for your family. This sacred site has been awarded the top “Indigenous Tourism Destination” by the Tourism Industry Association of Canada (2016 and 2019), and has also won numerous provincial tourism awards including “2019 Business of the Year” from Tourism Saskatchewan.

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    Location Information

    5 km N of Saskatoon on Hwy 11, follow the Buffalo signs or take Warman Rd (Wanuskewin Rd) N of Saskatoon and follow the Buffalo signs.

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    lat. 52.24049° N, long. -106.6171° W

    Contact Info

    Phone: 306-931-6767 | 1-877-547-6546 |
    info@wanuskewin.com